Read the full article by David K. Li at NYPost.com

The Erotica porn shop in Chelsea filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court against the city, in hopes of heading off enforcement of a Giuliani-era statute aimed at curbing porn stores.

The shop argues that even though porn can be easily found at the click of a mouse, consumers still have a sacred right to get their kicks in private booths like those provided at The Erotica,
according to the company’s lawsuit.

“The booths provide an old-school means by which a patron can watch erotica without anyone knowing his or her personal predilections, fetishes and sexual fantasies,” the lawsuit reads.

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